The United States Federal Aviation Administration has issued an Air Agency Certificate allowing Deer Jet to operate repair stations. The leading business jet operator took part in the annual tests on continuous updated maintenance procedures and FAA regulations, thus becoming one of the very few FAA certified repair stations in mainland China.
Deer Jet president Lidong Xu tells Breaking Travel News how it feels to have been honoured as the World’s Leading Private Jet Charter by the World Travel Awards during the Grand Final Gala Ceremony 2017 in Vietnam.
Deer Jet has become the first Chinese private jet operator to fly to Antarctica. The arrival of one of the company’s private jets at Wolfs Fang airport marked the launch of a new charter service between China and Antarctica.
Deer Jet has granted strategic partner UAS International Trip Support charter management of the world’s first and only VVIP outfitted Boeing 787.
Deer Jet has worked with the International Business Aviation Council to successfully complete the International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling accreditation for its fixed base operations in Sanya and Haikou.
Deer Jet has said it will add a second Dream Jet to its managed fleet as it seeks to build its portfolio of luxury aircraft. The news comes as the first Dream Jet plane was showcased at the Museum of Flight, formerly known as The Red Barn, the birthplace of the Boeing Company.
The latest G650 has taken off from Savannah, Georgia, and headed to the Chinese coastal city of Tianjin to join the fleet of Deer Jet. This G650 becomes the first private jet of its class registered in mainland China.